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    This dish uses an alfredo-like sauce, but i don't know whether to actually call it "alfredo" because of the chicken and bacon. I created this by cribbing from a bunch of other "alfredo"-type recipes and experimenting with proportions until i found what worked for me. Pasta used should be something flat or ridged; farfalle, rotini, or shells work well. I wouldn't use macaroni or any of the other pastas with holes; the sauce balance would likely be off. I use whole-grain pasta for this recipe, and it works wonderfully. Note that it's REALLY IMPORTANT to use GOOD parmesan cheese for this recipe. Do NOT use the cheap stuff, it's gross. Get parmigiano-reggiano or another aged parmesan (24+ months), for reals!

    Recipe #431225

    Found in a free insert from Whole Foods. Insert said, "These sweet and spicy muffins are an excellent source of iron, calcium, protein, and fiber."

    Recipe #389511

    This recipe came from a free insert i picked up at Whole Foods. The credit says: "Recipe provided by James Rouse, NO, the creator of Optimum Wellness and The Fit Kitchen, seen weekly on NBC's KUSA television news."

    Recipe #389509

    Found this here: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2009/06/perfect-french-fries-recipe.html It's adapted from a cookbook.

    Recipe #379928

    I got this recipe from a random freebie cooking magazine. Haven't tried it yet, but it looked really tasty.

    Recipe #379492


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